Alberta's economy is on the road to recovery and more money is coming in, but there's no change to the government's projected $10.8-billion deficit this year
One MP attempts to educate constituents about the impact of recent mortgage rule changes
It’s not all doom and gloom in the Alberta real estate market, but investors should still take a wait-and-see approach, says one expert.
A significant housing development proposal in one Ontario town has the potential to boost its property values and revitalize the downtown core.
Vancouver sales surge 60 per cent in February… Housing ‘out of reach’ in Toronto, Vancouver… Canadians concern over the economy rises…
Tenants in one U.S. city won't lose their rent-controlled apartments when they file for bankruptcy, according to a new court decision.
As the real estate industry waits with bated breath for the Bank of Canada’s interest rate announcement tomorrow, one expert makes his prediction.
The Canadian real estate market has faced a number of roadblocks in recent years, many designed to slow down a heated market – but are these obstacles impacting investors in Toronto?
The wave of Asian investors underwriting commercial real estate deals across Canada is on the rise and expected to grow in 2015, according to a new report.
Panic over; Calgary listings ease but sales activity is weak… A quarter of Canadians are in ‘debt denial’… Landlords act quickly on Target leases…
An overwhelming majority of forecasters believe the chances of a sharp fall in home prices in Canada have risen compared to three months ago, according to a new poll.
Reports that tied Alberta’s faltering real estate market to major energy-sector layoffs in the oil-rich province have been all but disproved by the release of the latest data from Statistics Canada.